American Fusion Wheels and Tires is the best Wheel Alignment Shop at Shawnee Kansas City MO. We have the best professional technician here, quality alignment takes time, we take our time to deliver the service, we adjust toe caster and camber. If there is an issue with the control arm, to tie rod , bushings, shocks, we can all take care of that in our shop, we can build you a complete suspension to make your wheel alignment perfect.
American Fusion Wheels known for best alignment in town, We have the latest technologies and we spend more hours in labor for alignment compared to any other shop in Kansas city. When you pay certified technicians/to do proper alignment you cannot expect cheap pricing.
Routine wheel alignments have the potential to save you money in the long run while promoting optimal vehicle performance. A wheel alignment will keep your vehicle running safely and efficiently by promoting reduced tire wear, better gas mileage, and safer driving conditions. Wheels out of alignment will contribute to uneven tire wear. Uneven tread wear can be felt in a vehicle pulling to the right or left while in motion. Left untreated, wheel alignment issues have the potential to turn into steering and suspension issues. If your vehicle begins pulling to the right or left while driving, or if you feel a vibration in the steering wheel at higher speeds, contact us today for a wheel alignment service.
Only few People had road force balancing and American Fusion wheels offer road force, it shows how the wheels will perform on real roads
Drive your car safely and efficiently with our wheel alignment service in Greater Kansas City.
American Fusion Wheels offers different limited warranties* on our wheel alignments to match our customer’s unique needs. From a 12-month limited warranty to a lifetime warranty, American Fusion Wheels has options to suit you. Just want to check in and make sure your car is aligned? Get peace of mind with our alignment check.
Wheel Alignment Check
Wheel Alignment: Standard
Safety Systems Alignment
Many modern vehicles are equipped with Safety Systems such as Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) and/or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Sensors, cameras, lasers and radars that help your vehicle detect other vehicles, pedestrians and markings on the road all rely on proper alignment to function accurately. The make, model, and year of your vehicle will determine whether you need a Safety System Alignment.
What are the signs I need a wheel alignment?
If your vehicle is pulling to one side, your steering wheel is crooked when you’re driving straight or there is a squealing noise coming from your tires, your alignment may be off. Make it a habit to check your tires regularly and watch out for uneven or rapid tread wear which could also be a sign that your wheel alignment is off.
How often should I get a wheel alignment?
We recommend that your car’s wheel alignment be checked every 6,000 miles or 6 months.
What is the difference between wheel alignment and wheel balancing?
Unlike a wheel alignment, which corrects misaligned angles and keeps your car from veering to one side or another, wheel balancing corrects any uneven distribution of weight on the wheels (which can lead to vibration, excessive tire wear, damage to suspension and other problems). During a wheel balancing service, technicians mount weights to the inside or outside of wheels to balance the wheel assembly.
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